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    • SS Texaco Oklahoma Collection 

      -- (1958)
      The collection of copies of testimony and exhibits of the Marine Board of Investigation concerning the loss of the SS Texaco Oklahoma and 33 lives on March 27, 1971 was donated to Texas Maritime Academy by Lt. R.B. Harden, ...
    • Peter J. LaValle Papers, 1958-1966 

      LaValle, Peter J. (1958-1966)
      Correspondence, minutes, reports and a menu from Gaidos restaurant pertaining to the establishment of the Texas Maritime Academy located in Galveston with the help of legislators and local businessmen. The correspondence ...
    • Brochures, 1959-2010 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1959)
      Includes general and departmental brochures from the beginnings of the university and include Moody College, Texas Maritime Academy, Sea Camp and other aspects of the university.
    • TAMUG Budgets, 1961-2009 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (1961)
      Yearly operating budget for Texas A&M University at Galveston.
    • TAMUG History Notebooks, 1962-1993 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1962)
      Vol. 1-[8]. Typescript histories, reports, regulations, memos and news clippings in looseleaf notebooks documenting the Texas maritime Academy and TAMUG's history. ALSO includes photographs in Vol 5. All enclosed in binders. ...
    • Institutional Self Study, 1962-1993 

      The Steering Committee of The Institutional Self-Study Program of Texas A&M University at Galveston; Department of General Academics; Department of Maritime Systems Engineering (1962)
      Departmental and University self-studies. Institutional self-study reports were prepared for reaffirmation of accreditation in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
    • TAMUG Office of Public Information, 1962-2008 

      TAMUG Office of Public Information (TAMUG Office of Public Information, 1962)
      Office Records. Includes In The News, press releases, office correspondence, cruises and a small number of Summer WAVES. In the News are bound photocopies of news clippings about TAMUG, faculty and students.
    • Administration Files, 1962-1995 

      Office of the President (1962)
      These are the correspondence files from the Office of the President at Texas A&M University at Galveston between 1977 and 1989. The work of three presidents who served during those years: William H. Clayton, 1979-1986 Sammy ...
    • TAMUG Catalogs, 1962-2008 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston (1962)
      Course catalog containing course listings, degree requirements, admissions information, student services information, and the academic calendar.
    • Joseph Maxwell "Max" Teare Papers 

      Teare, Joseph Maxwell; Teare, Max (1963)
      Joseph Maxwell “Max” Teare was a student at the Texas Maritime Academy and from 1964-1967 and currently works at Texas A&M Galveston as the 2nd mate on the training ship. The papers include letters, grade reports, news ...
    • TAMUG Subject Files, 1964-2013 

      Texas A&M University at Galveston faculty (Texas A&M University at Galveston, 1964)
      TAMUG Subject Files. Includes topics about the history of the university; biofiles about the faculty, staff and administration; and buildings.
    • Texas A&M University College Station, 1964-2004 

      Texas A&M University College Station (1964)
      Newspapers, catalog and polices produced by Texas A&M College Station, but that include references to Texas A&M University at Galveston.
    • Houston Ship Channel Waste Load Evaluation Papers, 1964-1987 

      Texas Department of Water Resources (Texas Department of Water Resources, 1964)
      Houston Ship Channel Waste Load Evaluation. This collection includes correspondence, maps, original collected data regarding wastewater levels. In order to meet the requirements of the Federal Water Pollution Control ...
    • R.F. Hunt papers, c. 1964-1968 

      Hunt, R.F. (1964)
      This collection of ten items was a gift to the Jack K. Williams Library Special Collections by Charles M. Freeman. The collection includes correspondence from the Captain of the USS Boxer to friends and family of the ship; ...
    • Sammy Ray Papers, 1964-2013 

      Ray, Sammy (1964-2013)
      Sammy Ray was a Professor Emeritus and longtime employee of Texas A&M University at Galveston. The collection consists of records documenting the establishment of the Texas Maritime Academy in Galveston, Texas, files on ...
    • Texas Clipper Badges 

      Unknown author (1965)
      Texas Clipper badges attached to the smoke stack of the ship sometime after it was acquired in 1965.
    • J. Morgan Wells, Aquanaut 

      Wells, J. Morgan (1965)
      Morgan Wells was an aquanaut on both SeaLabII (1965) and Tektite II (1970). While on both missions, he writes to "Debb" about life at the bottom of the sea. While onboard Tektite II, the crew experienced an earthquake, ...
    • Capt. Karl P. Fanning Collection 

      Fanning, Karl P. (1965)
      This collection of papers of Capt. Karl P. Fanning are class notes which he took as a student at Texas Maritime Academy studying for his B.S. degree and 3rd Mates License which he received in May 1967. The courses represented ...
    • Delbert D. Sprague Papers (T/S Texas Clippper 1965 Cruise Records) 

      Sprague, Delbert D. (1965)
      Master electrician and former student of the Texas Maritime Academy (TMA) at Texas A&M University at Galveston. Consists of a collection of records from the first voyage of the training ship, Texas Clipper, during the 1965 ...
    • T/S Texas Clipper I, 1966-1989, 1995 

      Texas Clipper Crew; Texas Maritime Academy; Seaborne Conservation Corps (1966)
      The Texas Clipper was known as the USS Queens and then the SS Excambion before becoming the training ship for the Texas Maritime Academy at Texas A&M Galveston in 1965. Its last cruise as the training ship for the Texas ...